01 December 2009

The Envelope Please...

And the November ePostal results are in, may I have the envelope please:

Mr. C has the high score - 21 in class 2 with no BG hits. He notes a couple misses were due to forgetting the holdover on his Red Dot scope.

And Merle M earns the Most Prolific award - with at least one, sometimes multiple entries in classes 1 through 7 inclusive! As well as shooting most classes he's at or near the top of each class. Good Shootin' Merle!

Thanks to everyone who entered. Especially those that had the guts to submit scores in the 0 range. As noted several times, 0 was mid point of the possible scoring range and a 0 score led one class for quite some time. Anyway, I hope you had as much fun shooting the match as I did hosting it even if you did not submit the scores.

 

Shooter

Make

Model

Villain Hits

Bond Girl Hits

Score

Tie Breakers

Class 0.5 – Airsoft

     
 

Duane Hakala

Classic Army

M14 Scout

11

0

11

0

 

Ian Argent

Cybergun

Colt National Match

10

1

9

5

Class 1, Rimfire pistol – Iron Sights

     
 

Billll

Ruger

MK I

13

0

13

8

 

Engineering Johnson

Ruger

Single Six

11

0

11

9

 

Ian Argent

Walther

P-22 Long Barrel

8

1

7

5

 

Merle M

Ruger

SSS .22 Mag

9

2

7

0

 

Paula

Ruger

MK II

7

2

5

8

 

James

Ruger

MK II

5

1

4

8

 

TrueBlueSam

Ruger

Single Six

5

1

4

0

 

Danno

Ruger

.22/45

6

3

3

11

 

Froggy

Ruger

Single Six

2

1

1

0

Class 2, Rimfire pistol – Optic Sights

     
 

Mr. C

High Standard/Red Dot

Supermatic Citation

21

0

21

0

 

Merle M

Ruger

Mk 2, Tasco 2-7x set on 2x.

13

0

13

0

 

Merle M

TC

10” Contender

13

0

13

0

Class 3 Centerfire Pistol – Iron Sights

     
 

Merle M

S&W

M3913 LS

9

0

9

0

 

Merle M

Walther

P38

10

2

8

0

 

Merle M

TC 38-40 WCF

Contender

8

1

7

 
 

Ian Argent

Glock

17L

8

2

6

5

 

Robert Lund

S&W G42

G42

1

5

-4

0

Class 4 Centerfire Pistol – Optic Sights

     
 

Merle M

TC

10” Contender 9mm

9

2

7

0

Class 5 rimfire Rifle – Iron sights

     
 

Merle M

Iver Johnson

.22 Carbine

11

1

10

0

 

Merle M

Savage

M72

7

0

7

0

 

Ian Argent

Springfield

84C

1

1

0

5

 

Robert Lund

Winchester

94-22

5

6

-1

0

Class 6, Rimfire Rifle – Optic Sights

     
 

Merle M

Ruger

10/22

16

0

16

0

 

Merle M

Marlin

M39A Marlin

16

0

16

0

 

Billll

Remington

Nylon 66 (.22)

13

0

13

8

 

Danno

Ruger

10/22

6

1

5

11

 

Paula

Remington

Nylon 66 (.22)

5

2

3

8

Class 7, Centerfire Rifle, Iron Sights

     
 

Merle M

Ruger

Mini 14

8

0

8

0

Class 8, Centerfire Rifle, Optic Sights

     
 

Danno

Inland

M1 Carbine

3

1

2

11

        
        
 
 

7 comments:

Ian Argent said...

I'm still in the steep part of the skill improvement curve; I did a LOT better with this one that I did in the last e-postal I shot.

Hopefully I've still got more of the steep part to go :)

TrueBlueSam said...

This was a great contest, and a great end to the e-Postal year! The Mrs. is now going out back with me to shoot! She hadn't shot in years, and joined in to have fun with me, our son and all the other e-Postal shooters. Kudos to Mr. Completely for doing good works!

Billll said...

How did you score the tiebreakers? Inquiring minds want to know.

Mr. Completely said...

TBS sums it up, it was a great e-Postal match to end the season. Thanks for hosting the match!

BTW, due to his large number of entries combined with some excellent shooting, US Citizen (From Traction Control) and I have awarded Merle a free dinner on us! The only catch is he has to show up at the Gun Blogger Rendezvous next September to collect!

Mr. C.

Billll said...

OK, never mind. I find that if I keep scrolling, the questions are answered.

I thought the stealth boat looked more like the Navy's own stealth boat with a raked back bow. Oh well.

danno said...

"BTW, due to his large number of entries combined with some excellent shooting, US Citizen (From Traction Control) and I have awarded Merle a free dinner on us!"

I concur and I'll cover a piece of that action too... On two conditions:
a) I also get to GBR V.
b) Merle brings the .38-40 WCF and lets me try a few!

Anonymous said...

Well, if I can make it to GBR, I will positively bring the 38-40 WCF.

Thanks, gentlemen.

Merle